PNY’s new Watch2Win contest has started! WATCH2WIN has long been the foundation of PNY's online learning program for professionals who use NVIDIA RTX graphics boards to accelerate their workflow. Watch one of the NVIDIA RTX GPU product snapshots at www.pny.com/W2W to learn which of these advanced professional graphics solutions are right for your workflow and be entered into the contest for a chance to WIN an NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 Powered Workstation from CYBERTRON.
At GTC 2021, NVIDIA went beyond its traditional GPU offerings by unveiling a new data center CPU, a next generation data processing unit, new DGX systems for AI computing, and new Ampere-architecture based GPU boards for professional workstations and the data center along with the upcoming general availability of NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise.
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After a hard day of working from home, or for essential workers braving a pandemic to ensure the rest of us have access to food, water, electricity, healthcare, and the Internet; destressing with a new movie or television show is vital – and virtual production studios powered by NVIDIA® RTX™ are allowing this to happen under extraordinary circumstances – while improving the quality and entertainment value of what we watch.
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Invent the Future Together at NVIDIA GTC
April 12-16, 2021
Join NVIDIA and a vast array of industry thought leaders to learn about the latest breakthroughs in AI, accelerated computing, data center, AEC, healthcare, energy, finance, government, manufacturing, M&E, and more. Discover the advanced technologies that are transforming today’s industries.
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The universe of Media & Entertainment workloads is rapidly growing. From AI to real-time ray tracing, GPU-acceleration enables artists to achieve breathtaking results and create at the highest professional level with powerful and efficient solutions. NVIDIA’s RTX™ platform brings greater productivity and realism to millions of creatives around the world through new GPU-accelerated features in top creative applications.
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At NVIDIA innovation never sleeps. This fall, experience the latest breakthroughs online by attending the virtual NVIDIA GTC 2020 conference. GTC will run continuously across all time zones for five straight days (October 5 - 9) and cover the latest innovations for AI, HPC, graphics, accelerated data science, networking and more. Participants can attend live events in every time zone, providing unique opportunities to interact with brilliant minds and influential leaders from a variety of industries. They can also browse an extensive catalog of on-demand content showcasing innovative uses of GPU technology, and extensive developer assets available to in-house or ISV software developers or hardware systems integrators.
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PostPerspective’s recent article explores how Denis Shiryaev and the multinational team at neural.love is using advanced neural network technology and NVIDIA® Quadro® RTX™ professional graphics cards to enhance antique films and videos, such as the 1911 film A Trip Through New York City, from Swedish company Svenska Biografteatern, updating the look and presentation to meet today’s sophisticated displays and viewer expectations.
In 1896, Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat catalyzed the birth of cinema as we know it. At the time, viewers were mesmerized, even startled, by the image quality. Standards, expectations, and technology have radically advanced in 125 years. In this webinar, you will learn how neural.love’s Denis Shiryaev utilized advanced neural network technology running on NVIDIA® Quadro® RTX™ professional graphics cards to enhance and restore this classic film and others.
From grainy, flickering black and white images to colorized 4K video running at 60 FPS, AI film restoration allows archival content to be modernized for today’s viewing environments. Limitations regarding source material and current machine learning algorithms will be covered, and what approaches are on the horizon for the future of AI-assisted film enhancement will also be addressed. NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPUs offer unparalleled graphics and AI capabilities and neural.love utilizes them as a leader in this rapidly emerging field. For anyone interested in historical events captured on film to studios with massive vaults of archival content that needs an upgrade before being re-released for contemporary consumption, this webinar will be insightful, thought provoking, and presents new creative and business prospects.
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Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, companies and their employees have shifted to working from home, or carefully isolated remote sites, so essential business operations can continue. This radical change is essential, and mastering the challenges of working from home has been a learning experience requiring significant flexibility and frequent adjustments to work and personal routines. Working from home has been hardest for professionals who require powerful workstations to deliver their projects. Some video editors have been forced to get creative with their footage and workstations to meet the growing demand for fresh content; a task that’s now been simplified thanks to NVIDIA® Quadro® RTX™ graphics solutions and Adobe’s recent Premiere Pro 14.2 software update.
Virtual production is a rapidly growing trend in filmmaking and visual effects. It enables directors to eliminate the need for practical effects or locations with synthetic alternatives, while still delivering the life-like production values demanded by increasingly demanding viewers. The realism virtual production cinematography provides is truly stunning. However, requirements like extremely complex lighting, incredibly detailed geometries, and lifelike textures demand more than consumer graphics boards can provide. Virtual production cinematography requires powerful professional-grade graphics boards such as the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000, which is specifically designed to produce the most realistic scenes with stunning cinematic quality across the most demanding use cases found in the media and entertainment industry today.
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